Notes and Comment

August 1960
New Yorker;8/6/1960, Vol. 36 Issue 25, p19
The article discusses the book "The Late George Apley," by John P. Marquand. The book is a novel concerning professional product with high literary irony. The sentimental novel is regarded as an extended parody of the prose "Boston's Dean of Letters." Marquand was described as an author who achieved dignity.


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